Ask GCBC: Which Luxury Car Brand Sells The Most SUVs?

2015 Lexus NX silver
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This week, Jochen From New Jersey wanted to know the following: "Which luxury car brand sells the most SUVs?" We'll look exclusively at the United States and rank brands by their total SUV/crossover volume.

Easy enough. Across all 11 brands, sales jumped 20% last year to just under 1 million units: 996,986, equal to 16% of the overall SUV/crossover market.

Here are all premium brand sellers of utility vehicles in America ranked by calendar year 2015 sales. 

USA luxury SUV market share chart by brand 2015
Rank
Premium SUV/Crossover 
Auto Brand U.S. Sales
2015
2014

Change
#1
Lexus 
(GX, LX, NX, RX)
173,470137,15426.5%
#2
Mercedes-Benz 
(G, GL, GLA, GLC, GLE, GLK, ML)
138,031118,29716.7%
#3
BMW 
(X1, X3, X4, X5, X6)
115,676110,2684.9%
#4
Acura 
(MDX, RDX, ZDX)
109,236110,546-1.2%
#5
Cadillac 
(Escalade, Escalade ESV, SRX)
104,77384,04724.6%
#6
Audi 
(Q3, Q5, Q7)
84,23064,59130.4%
#7
Land Rover 
(Discovery Sport, LR2, LR4, Range Rover,
Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport)
70,58251,46537.1%
#8
Infiniti 
(QX50, QX60, QX70, QX80)
68,62152,06731.8%
#9
Lincoln 
(MKC, MKT, MKX, Navigator)
63,44952,30521.3%
#10
Volvo 
(XC60 & XC90)
38,91123,22867.5%
#11
Porsche 
(Macan & Cayenne)
30,00723,44628.0%
Source: Automakers

Timothy Cain is the founder of GoodCarBadCar.net, which obsesses over the free and frequent publication of U.S. and Canadian auto sales figures. Follow on Twitter @goodcarbadcar and on Facebook.

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